Lady Cavs’ skid continues

FLINT— The Lady Cavs have had some struggles this year, and it continued on Tuesday when Carman- Ainsworth fell to future Saginaw Valley foe Flint Southwestern Academy, 60-57, in Flint.

The game remained close throughout its duration, with evenly matched quarters. The biggest advantage in a single quarter went to the Lady Cavs in the third quarter, which edged out Southwestern, 19-13.

Kapri Thompson scored a team-high 13 points, while Jasmine Jones helped out with 12 points. Kinterra Tomlin and Naryiel Purches each contributed to the effort with 10 points apiece. Ashley Hall dropped in six points, while Montreca Mull came in with four points. Aliah Stinnett scored two for the Cavs. Southwestern was led by Lariah Stevens with 16 points.

On Friday, Carman-Ainsworth fell, 65-23, to Big Nine foe Davison. The Cardinals held the Cavaliers in check, as they didn’t allow Carman-Ainsworth to reach double figures in any quarter. After one, Davison held a 14-6 advantage, and it carried that over for a 32-13 edge at the half. The Cavs only mustered up 10 points in the second half.

Hall and Jones led all Cavaliers with five points apiece, while Natalia Kincaid tossed in four points. Stinnett recorded a three-point night, and Tomlin, Thompson and Purches each had two points. Davison was led by Mariah Ferris, who poured in a game-high 16 points.

Now at 4-9 overall, the Lady Cavaliers will return to action on Friday at home with a Big Nine match up with Flushing.

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